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The Ratification of the Constitution

The Ratification of the Constitution

The Ratification of the Constitution. End of the Convention. Ended Sept. 17, 1787 – on 39 men of 55 ultimately signed the Constitution Under AoC – all 13 states had to agree, but decided after 9 agreed, those agreeing states would adopt the Constitution

By issac
(249 views)

CH. 3 Sec. 1

CH. 3 Sec. 1

CH. 3 Sec. 1. Demography - the study of populations: birth & death rates, marriages, families, etc. CH. 3 Sec. 1. Population Density - the avg. # of people per square mile/km. Densest areas include: 1) E. Asia, 2) S. Asia, 3) Europe , 4) E. U.S. CH. 3 Sec. 1. Population Thesis -

By manjit
(80 views)

How do government systems distribute power?

How do government systems distribute power?

How do government systems distribute power?. SS7CG4.a . Distribution of Power . Unitary Confederation Federal. Unitary. Central government holds nearly all power Local governments (states, counties) are under the control of the central gov’t

By rhoda
(607 views)

Life After the American Revolution War

Life After the American Revolution War

Life After the American Revolution War. Looking at the Big PICTURE. The leaders of the NEW U.S. work to define the powers of the government. The Big Picture. Britain does not respect America and ignored Treaty of Paris 1873 Continental Congress is in charge

By taryn
(213 views)

The Whiskey Rebellion

The Whiskey Rebellion

The Whiskey Rebellion. A Challenge for the New Government. DO NOW:. Complete your worksheet on the Hamilton plan. Check your answers with a partner. Unit 6, Journal #3.

By theta
(170 views)

China—Dynastic Overview

China—Dynastic Overview

China—Dynastic Overview. Introduction. Dynasties Sui (589-618) Tang (618-907) Song (960-1279) Themes Rise and Decline of Buddhism Neo-Confucianism and the Scholar Gentry Women in Tang/Song Society Economic Prosperity and Innovation. Recurring Cycle of Chinese History.

By jerzy
(143 views)

The Federalist/ Anti-Federalist Debate (1.06) (the origins of political parties in the US)

The Federalist/ Anti-Federalist Debate (1.06) (the origins of political parties in the US)

The Federalist/ Anti-Federalist Debate (1.06) (the origins of political parties in the US). Obj. 1.05. The Anti-federalists. Wanted weak central gov’t like that of the Articles of Confederation Corresponding desire for strong state gov’t Supported by small farmers and small landowners

By lilly
(127 views)

Questions of the Day

Questions of the Day

Questions of the Day. Name the 3 branches of the US government. What is the “law of the land?”. Constitution 101. Brief wrap up of Chapter 9. Articles of Confederation. Created a loose alliance of the 13 states Unicameral Legislature; equal rep; one vote per state

By manning
(58 views)

Revolution, Articles and Federalism

Revolution, Articles and Federalism

Revolution, Articles and Federalism. A. Patriots and Loyalists. Difficult to measure but… 1/3 Loyal to crown 1/3 dedicated to independence 1/3 neutral Loyalists (“Tories”) Colonists who fought to return to colonial rule Conservative, educated, wealthy and fearful of mob rule.

By marla
(105 views)

Answering Important Questions

Answering Important Questions

Answering Important Questions. Ch 2.1, p.23. Words. Economic system Factor payment Profit Safety net Standard of living Innovation Traditional economy. In the beginning…. Questions to ask for new biz: What goods and services should be produced? How to do it? Who consumes them?

By ornice
(136 views)

VP Customer Innovate and Solution Design Jerry Hubbard

VP Customer Innovate and Solution Design Jerry Hubbard

Slide 1. Organisation –Structure. PA Monica Malhotra. VP Customer Innovate and Solution Design Jerry Hubbard. CI&SD Projects Peter Duncan. Pre-Sales Optimisation Programme Tony Johnson. US MNC e2e Solution Design Jason Cook. UK MPP, Regional & Central Gov’t e2e Solution Design

By fauna
(92 views)

Essential Question:

Essential Question:

Essential Question: Why did the Americans create the Articles of Confederation & what problems did the Articles present? Warm-Up Question: What major decisions did the new American nation have to answer after winning the war for independence?.

By terrel
(106 views)

The Articles of Confederation

The Articles of Confederation

The Articles of Confederation. Why are revisions necessary?. 13 Independent States. Trouble getting Brit respect, ignored Treaty of Paris, Brits keep troops on frontier

By erol
(70 views)

The Ratification of the Constitution

The Ratification of the Constitution

The Ratification of the Constitution. End of the Convention. Ended Sept. 17, 1787 – Under AoC – all 13 states had to agree, but decided after 9 agreed, those agreeing states would adopt the Constitution Convention men going over the heads of Congress and states. The Process.

By kyne
(117 views)

The Constitutional Convention

The Constitutional Convention

The Constitutional Convention. A. Articles of Confederation. Written in 1776. Started being used in 1781. States kept the power and the central gov. only had a few powers. Big Problems *States more powerful than central gov. *Central gov. couldn’t tax.

By deion
(115 views)

Shared powers between the federal government and the states

Shared powers between the federal government and the states

Federalism. Shared powers between the federal government and the states. Federal power. State power. POWER TO TAX REGULATE TRADE CONTROL CURRENCY RAISE AN ARMY DECLARE WAR. PASS & ENFORCE LAWS REGULATE TRADE W/N THE BORDER

By leif
(162 views)

Launching the New Ship of State

Launching the New Ship of State

Launching the New Ship of State. 1789 – 1800 Mr. Love. America. Population – doubling every 25 years 90% rural 5% of people lived west of the Appalachian Mountains 1791 – Vermont became 14 th state. President Washington. 1789 - Unanimously drafted as president by the Electoral College

By jada
(105 views)

HAPPY FRIDAY!!

HAPPY FRIDAY!!

HAPPY FRIDAY!!. Turn in vocab, pick up an Agenda on the stand and start working on the warm-up Congratulations the following students got an “A” on the test: Zainab Sarah E Edward Nicole Chase Carmen Tyler Alvin Afna Kevin Matt Sara D Cole. Creating a New Nation.

By pabla
(126 views)

Creating a Constitution

Creating a Constitution

Creating a Constitution. U.S. History ch.5 notes. 1) In 1777 the Continental Congress adopted the Articles of Confederation , which was a plan for a loose union of the states under the authority of the Congress.

By miller
(91 views)

Essential Question:

Essential Question:

Essential Question: Why did the Americans create the Articles of Confederation & what problems did the Articles present? Warm-Up Question: What major decisions did the new American nation have to answer after winning the war for independence?.

By montana
(108 views)

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